CoMoHelps

CoMoHelps is a joint effort of Boone County, City of Columbia, Community Foundation of Central Missouri, Heart of Missouri United Way, and Veterans United Foundation. We are working with local nonprofits, community partners, and government agencies to quickly determine and meet the needs of our community during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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You can help us meet those needs by making a donation of your time or money.

Provide emergency funding to support LOCAL PEOPLE who are struggling in the economic fallout from the pandemic. 100% of donations will support health and human service organizations to meet vital needs.

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105 E Ash St, Suite 300
Columbia, MO 65203
1-573-443-4523
[email protected]

Please donate to provide aid to nonprofit service providers struggling with the urgent health and economic effects of the coronavirus. Grants will be awarded to meet critical needs in healthcare, education, arts and culture, animal welfare, and more, to help ensure wellness an economic recovery in central Missouri.

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1 S 7th St, PO Box 6015
Columbia, MO 65205
1-573-817-5027
[email protected]

Share your time to address community needs as a result of this crisis.

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701 E Broadway, PO Box 6015
Columbia, MO 65205
1-573-874-7504
[email protected] 

SUPPORT FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

ComoHelps is providing funding and supplies for nonprofit organizations providing services in response to the pandemic in Boone, Howard, Cooper counties.

View the May 29th CoMoHelps Nonprofit Partners Meeting

 Apply here for financial support for nonprofit organizations.

Submit a request for personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies for nonprofit organizations.

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GET HELP

The City of Columbia COVID-19 Get Help resource page provides information about a variety of human services, healthcare, and housing resources for residents of Columbia and Boone County.

Access 2-1-1
   If you live in Missouri and need assistance finding food, childcare, assistance paying household bills, locating mental health services or other essential services contact United Way 2-1-1. It's FREE and CONFIDENTIAL. Specialists are available 24/7. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-427-4626 TTY 1-866-385-6525

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